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  1. 3/9/20 Back on track , frame and rear end, where re powder coated and the shine is remarkable , coater said," different batch of coating" . Lol bed and cab painting done and are being buffed Front engine parts are painted along with anything else that got modified. Its starting to go together . Rear end is a 9 bolt "Currie" made to accept disk brakes and modified to coil over suspension. May have a non running roller by weeks end ! Tony
    5 points
  2. Unhook batteries before you start wire brushing.... don't ask how I learned this is important lol
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  3. Mission Mountains at Charlo picture: How much elevation difference in the floor of the Valley and the peaks Professor?? Thanks for the scenic pictures ya'll. DD
    2 points
  4. I don't know much about the steering arrangement on them either. Here is another angle of the tractor as seen from above.
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  6. Its the original I.H. frame with few modifications. I am thinking it should handle pretty modernly. I am so looking forward to driving it and doing car shows. Community fathers held a first annual fund raising car show here in Easton on Feb 29th over 500 cars and trucks showed up ",Not One Hint Of I.H." My goal is to change that in future. Tony
    1 point
  7. Ours was gas . Most on propane that I remember were New Holland 290's, Freeman 330's, Oliver's of same vintage. The jury is still out but everything I have mocked up for propane ,changes the look of this machine more then I like and being most people have never seen a Yellow I.H. #71 three wire baler with Wisc. engine , I need to keep it as original as possible. Tony
    1 point
  8. I think this was the typical 806 we saw around here. Can't see the front axle too well in this photo.
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  9. Most around here are that setup. I actually don't recall seeing a 06 with an adjustable wide front. All are like the picture. I'm sure there are around but definetly not as many
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  10. It’s just an old 560. You know the ones that won’t start , the rear ends ALL exploded and flew out the back scattered over three counties like the Roswell flying saucer . Just ask the experts on here they will tell ya all about them old 560’s but since you asked here she is . I like these lights on the back, I keep this one on so I can watch all the rear end parts flying out the back .
    1 point
  11. I have not and would not ever get tired of looking at the Mission Mountains, Matt! They're spectacular. That view when you top Ravalli Hill blew me away every time I did that. This view is at Polson over Flathead Lake (the largest body of fresh water west of the Mississippi River). This is the Missions at Ronan. T This is the Missions at Charlo. And how the mountains got their name is the ancient Indian Mission at St. Ignatius, Montana. Gary
    1 point
  12. Looks like he can keep ya real busy there snake, maybe you need to get him a buddy?
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  13. One of my favourite old 806 ads.
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  14. They say the first step is admitting you have a problem.....I drug this home from a sale Saturday. I actually enjoy taking these apart and cleaning everything up and making them usable again. I won’t even have to make any parts for this one I don’t think. Not sure why a piece of lead pipe is driven onto the leg. That will be the first thing to come off.
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  15. …...another good one, sandhiller…….looks like Val...…??
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  16. Don't know who this comedian is but liked his story. Not enough appreciation shown these days.
    1 point
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